“Florencia Gonzalez performance (…) was again one of the most interesting and enjoyable acts, with the right balance between school and street, between north and south, between the past and future of music.” LA DIARIA
“...tracks driven by Latin dance rhythms (tango, candombe, etc) but stretched into modern realms of harmony, rhythm and form that recall the best of Mingus, Monk and Gil Evans...”
“...an array of colors... as she marries modern jazz harmony and the occasional 12 tonish classical master to the deepest folkloric traditions of the south of South America.” THE BOSTON PHOENIX...
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“…Florencia’s charts have an air you may call third Third-Stream, you may call world music. I’ d call it worth hearing.”
“…Woman Dreaming is in most respects a showcase for Gonzalez’ ultra-modern compositions and arrangements, and she doesn’t disappoint. As another flag-bearer in the ranks of such avant-garde writers as Schneider Carla Bley, Hazel Leach, Christina Fuchs and others, Gonzalez has made the sort of remarkable beginning that presages a bright and productive future...